Make your favorite candy bar in fudge form! Sandwich luscious caramel and crunchy peanuts between two rich chocolate layers for a fudgy candy bar that rivals any store-bought sweets.
You can always count on us to reach for an extra piece of fudge–luckily, this recipe is already a double-decker! Two layers of white chocolate fudge sadnwich mini marshmallows and slivered almonds in this salty-and-sweet holiday treat.
Not only does this fudge have salted caramel, but it also swirls the caramel together with white chocolate to make a mouthwatering masterpiece. A sprinkle of sea salt flakes is the only decoration this work-of-art recipe needs on top.
For all the lovers of pumpkin pie out there, this easy fudge recipe is for you. The dynamic duo of pumpkin and cinnamon please year-round. If you want to mimic a crunchy crust, just add a few walnuts to the mix before it sets.
For the minimalists at your holiday party, this bright white fudge will be truly tempting. A mix of white chocolate and orange extract gives this creamy treat a touch of citrus, and a single red candy on top adds a spot of decoration. Different color candies make this recipe fit any season.
Torn between white and dark chocolate? When you combine the two in this double-decker fudge recipe, the result is both beautiful and a chocolate-lover’s dream.
If you’re looking for fast fudge recipes, you’ve come to the right place. This gorgeous swirled chocolate fudge has seasonal peppermint candies mixed in, and it still only takes five minutes to make.
Leave your classic chocolate fudge plain, or dress it up for a special occasion with one of our three variations. You can turn easy chocolate fudge into mocha, rocky road, or chocolate-peanut butter fudge. No matter what you choose, every bite will be as decadent as the last.
When we say five minutes, we mean it. Melt chocolate pieces in the microwave to speed the process, then give the mix a quick stir to add walnuts. You’ll have to be a little patient while the fudge sets in the fridge, but we won’t tell if you sneak a taste before it goes in.
This fudge’s name might be a mystery, but there’s no need to guess about how delicious it is. You can make this ultracreamy, cherry-studded fudge in one hour, so serve it as a special treat year-round.
Turn chocolate fudge into a coffee shop treat by mixing in instant coffee crystals. To distinguish this recipe from your plain chocolate fudge, add a few chocolate-covered coffee beans on top of each piece.
Make your usual holiday fudge with white chocolate, and it will fit right in to any winter wonderland. A dash of orange zest and a generous cup of nuts elevates this simple sweet to an indulgence.
Combining creamy, dreamy peanut butter with melt-in-your-mouth fudge just makes sense. If you’re a fan of chunky peanut butter, try adding honey-roasted peanuts to your fudge. Or leave it smooth and silky—there’s no wrong answer.
We’re always interested in chocolate and cherries, and combining the two into one dessert creates a must-try recipe. Adding a few sliced almonds to the mix makes this fudge recipe almost unbeatable.
This dried cranberry and pistachio fudge is begging to be served at the end of your holiday meal. White chocolate makes an extra creamy fudge that lets flavorful add-ins like orange zest shine.